Middle schoolers in Miami are writing poetry and persuasive essays about school safety policies for a student magazine they hope will convince Congress to pass laws to prevent mass shootings.
At this Florida middle school, students are working on their second edition of a magazine focused on passing laws to help prevent mass shootings.
They want to raise money to print a copy for every member of Congress — all 535 of them.https://t.co/aDFVBajPej
— NPR (@NPR) February 14, 2020
On @MorningEdition and @NPR’s homepage today: Miami middle schoolers are doing data analysis on mass shootijg stats and writing short biographies of gun violence victims. Their work is going in a magazine they hope will convince Congress to take action. https://t.co/49xTzFlk6E
— Jessica Bakeman (@jessicabakeman) February 14, 2020